The Complete Book of Food: A Nutritional, Medical, and Culinary Guide

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World Almanac Books, Oct 1, 1989 - Cooking - 448 pages
This highly acclaimed guide lists over 300 entries, A-Z from apples to zucchini, giving detailed nutritional, medical and consumer-oriented information on each food.

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Tea is high in vitamin K. Lima beans are contraindicated in a low fiber diet. Yogurt makes tetracycline less effective. These facts are a sample of the kinds of information found in this encyclopedic ... Read full review

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Carol Ann Rinzler is the author of numerous books including "Are You At Risk?"; "Feed a Cold, Starve a Fever"; & "The New Complete Book of Food" for Facts On File/Checkmark Books. She has also written "Nutrition for Dummies", as well as numerous magazine articles & columns on nutrition & diet. She is currently writing a weekly column on nutrition for the Sunday Daily News & lives in New York City.

Jane E. Brody is the Personal Health columnist for The New York Times, & the author of several bestselling books, including "Jane Brody's Good Food Book" & "Jane Brody's Nutrition Book". She lives in New York City.

Jensen, The Mayo Clinic, Mayo Medical School.

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